Green Party lists 34 candidates for federal, local and state offices, including arrested gubernatorial candidate; ELECTION NIGHT parties announced
GREEN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS RELEASE
SACRAMENTO (Oct 29, 2010) - The Green Party of California - with 34 candidates vying for local, state and federal offices, including an incumbent mayor of Richmond and a former Congressman - has released information about the party's Southern and Northern California election night gatherings.
Seven Greens are running for state executive offices, including gubernatorial candidate Laura Wells - who was arrested just trying to watch, let alone participate, in a Governor Debate earlier this month in San Rafael.
There are six Greens competing for U.S. Senate and House seats, and 16 party candidates for mayor, city council, school board and other local offices throughout California.
Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, the Green Party's highest ranking elected official in the U.S., is up for a tight race against Chevron-backed candidates. And, former Congressman Dan Hamburg is running for a supervisor seat in Mendocino County.
Green Party candidates will available to speak on state propositions outcomes and their own races at the following ELECTION NIGHT GATHERINGS:
The Green Party of California